Apple Shares Two New iPhone 11 Pro Videos Showcasing Camera Features and Durability
Apple released its latest iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro series a few days ago and the heat is still on as we keep hearing more details on the handsets. Coming straight from Apple, there are two new videos of the iPhone 11 Pro which highlights the device's durability and camera capabilities. Let's dive in to see some more details on the videos.
New Apple Videos Show the iPhone 11 Pro's Camera Capabilities and Durability
The first video that Apple shared shows random food, water, and household objects being propelled with force. This demonstrates the iPhone 11 Pro's enhanced durability. Apple on stage emphasized greatly on the handset's tougher glass and the improved IP68 water and dust resistance. See for yourself in the video embedded below.
The second video brags the camera capabilities of the iPhone 11 Pro. The triple-lens camera module is one of the major additions that Apple has added to the device and like every year, there are some pretty nifty tricks part of the mix. The camera module houses the 12-megapixel Telephoto lens, Wide-angle, and Ultrawide angle lens.
The video shows a dog entering the wind simulator and the iPhone's camera capabilities are demonstrated. The iPhone 11 Pro captures photos of the dog at different focal lengths and in the new Night Mode. The new Night Mode is designed to take better photos in low lighting conditions.
The iPhone 11 Pro is not just about the camera, it features a faster processor, a brighter display and Apple has made several other changes on the inside which will enhance the user experience.
iPhone 11 Pro comes in a new Midnight Green color as shown in the two videos above. Pricing starts at $999 and the device is available for pre-orders starting today.
There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more. This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the videos? Are you looking to upgrade? Let us know in the comments.
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